M. Degas Teaches Art & Science at Durfee Intermediate School, Detroit 1942

Philip Levine

 
 
 

Poems by This Author

A New Day by Philip Levine
A Story by Philip Levine
Everyone loves a story. Let's begin with a house
And the Trains Go On by Philip Levine
Coming Close by Philip Levine
Take this quiet woman, she has been
Drum by Philip Levine
In the early morning before the shop
Gospel by Philip Levine
The new grass rising in the hills,
On 52nd Street by Philip Levine
Down sat Bud, raised his hands,
Our Valley by Philip Levine
We don't see the ocean, not ever, but in July and August
The Two by Philip Levine
When he gets off work at Packard, they meet


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